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Prison is an Angry Father II

18 artists come together on 12 tracks to confront why we still cage people. By purchasing this record, you are making a donation to Tactical Aesthetics. SZR010 : Prison is an Angry Father II by Samizdat Records Samizdat Records: http://samizdatrecords.com/album/szr010-prison-is-an-angry-father-ii

Panel Discussion on PostCriminality

December 18, at Y Gallery, 7 – 9pm The panel features: Chino Hardin, Field Trainer and Community Organizer at Center for NU Leadership.  Joseph Jazz Hayden, Founder and CEO of Still Here Harlem Productions and its offshoot All Things Harlem and initiator of…

Burial for the Rebellion: Studies in Post-Criminality

Burial for the Rebellion: Studies in Post-Criminality features a series of artworks and allegorical interventions that challenge us to negotiate the relationship between art and criminality. The present exhibition is conceived also as an organizing tool. It includes 5 main…

THE CAGE PROJECT

In collaboration with established organizations, the Cage Project employs unconventional social interventions to challenge the systemic ignorance fueling mass incarceration. Press Release: Prison abolitionist stages post-criminal satire by caging himself outside the Manhattan Detention Complex on Sunday, October 25th, the…

ATTEMPTED CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF RIKERS ISLAND

Rikers Island can be seen as a metaphor for the prison industrial complex in that the entire island has been constructed and expanded strictly to incarcerate people. By engaging the periphery of this panoptical island via canoe, we were attempting…